Jane Seymour Condemns the Rules of MeToo Movement

Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour is a British American actress known for some of her memorable performances in movies like Live and Let Die (1973), East of Eden (1981), Becoming Bond (2017) and many others in the past. Recently, the actress spoke about the MeToo campaign.

Jane Seymour took to her Instagram and shared, “I think, like anything, people go in the opposite direction. People are very conscious now, especially in the media business. There are all these rules. It’s ridiculous,” Seymour said.

While narrating a few incidences of the MeToo, the actress remembered one such incident that happened in the year 1972 after one of her producers groped on her thigh. This resulted her decision to quit acting for an entire year.

“I just realized that was even more stupid, because why would I quit something I loved because of one person?” she disclosed.

If you are one of the Jane Seymour fans and like to know about Jane Seymour movies, then the actress was last featured in The War with Grandpa. The American comedy film was directed by Tim Hill and released on August 28, 2020.

Talking about Tim Hill, he’s a well known Hollywood director who has directed many popular movies in the past. Hill first joined show biz in the year 1990 as a TV storywriter, director and writer. Some of his releases include SpongeBob SquarePants, Exit 57, Kenny the Shark and many more. He has worked with Jane Seymour in the past.

Like Jane Seymour, director Tim Hill is also credited to have created the KaBlam! skit Action League Now!!. Apart from that, he also directed some of the most popular live action comedy movies like Max Keeble’s Big Move and Muppets from Space.

In 2004, Tim Hill wrote the script for the movie The SpongeBob SquarePants in 2004. His most recent directed film in 2020 is SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run.


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